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   Naugatuck Daily News (Newspaper) - September 11, 1922, Naugatuck, Connecticut                              DANBURY HEPPLWHITE MOD EL PHONOGRAPH This attractive console mo del lias t the popular demand f or an instrument of the type occupies but a limited fl oor space As seen m the illus it is splendidly proportioned the compartment toi MIS at the end being most convenient and practical rUo tJJL nnrl QOA It is priced at h is very low Call m and see as new model i arlson Nangntnck Conn 11 I i THE MILLER PECK CO tWaterbury Conn I i HOSIERY SALE USE OF CHOKE COIL AND TRANSFORMERS Latter Provide the Most Prac ticat Method of Coupling for the Amateur jngare XXVin shows the actual Circuit of a threestage resistance SaaassssKss SKSMtMTSiss be tribes the input The resist B is the coupling resistance whose function it is to transform the plate current variation topotential drops to be applied to the grid of the next tube The capacity O is simply of allowing the potential variations We coupling resistance U to be applied to the grid of the next tube yet notallowing the B battery ap plied to theplate circuit of a tube to be applied to the grid of the next Because of using the condenser to what one iniBht say insulate th eg rid from the battery potential it is necessary to grid leak to keep the charge whiclv collects on the grid from becoming excessive and reducing the plate current to zero One chief disadvantages of the resistance coupled amplifier IB that very high plate battery poten t Hose regular and extra sizes Mack noc Womens Artificial Silk Hose fn brown and rosihiV the celebrated Silk Hose Bilk seam backs in black and White lOc A PAIR CMSB HOS1 Fine Ribbed White Cmera Woo Hose longth with fancy fold cuff tops Make Your Picnic or Auto Trips Complete by Using w 10c can Baked J ubottle Kotchup 10o can jBvaporated Milk 35c Jar Jam J Loganberry Preeerree i Momareh Ormpe Marmalade Fwnm Howie Sour Ro tan qt Wmrm HOTUMI Sour Onions qt Cnow Chow qt v o SCHOFIELD GROCERY ICO Phone 1444 m i Special SBLFSEALTNG BRAND WIDEMOUTH MASON FRUIT JARS QUARTS OR PINTS FOR ONE WEEK ONLY 75c a Doz PHILIP FLOUR i BAG REED BROTHERS GOODS DEWV ERED FKEE Plumbing Fixtures UiUlllng new ol Plumbing FUc ajwortmemt our show room to pick from George Wigglesworth s WE SELIi THE P N Practical Front CORSETS At T Cjfpvi TfCJ 0 0 IS A TOKSBT siriTBD FOR THE STOUT AYOMAN Naugatuck Dry Goods Store n A9 1 1 IM I 40 Maple i 7 J WK AIM TO PLEASE XOUf The greatest advantages of the transformer method of coupling audio frequency amplifiers are the high de gree of the relative Simplicity of operation and the low elate voltage required cmief among the disadvantages of transformer coupled frequency noise Also the trans i f i amplify different to different w that type of used for radiophone reception the isdistortedby transformers However prac standpoint average amateur Vm have better result using trans former coupled audio frequency ampli fiers than from any other method that can used with the tubes and equip ment now available GREAT BRitAiN AMERICA Radio Amateurs Countries Pursulno Distinct Courses in Development of Receivers Two separate and distinctbourses are being followed by the radio ama teurs of this country and Great Brlt ata in the development of receiving apparatus for continuouswave teleg raphy and wireless telephony Both courses are of the utmost importance to the art and eaclr will great the future of radio com munlcation and entertainment The American amateurs have gone along the lines of regeneration and ipfification of audible signals as of longdistance INtOGAL COURT 1 Charles Curtin Ordered to Pay Wife a Week in NonSupport Case In the horough court this morning Charles Curtin who was arrested last Friday charged with nonsupport and whose case was continued Sat was ordered to pay his wife Tcaw of JoM also charged with nonsupport was con tihued until October 11 by the local me case of Harold J Ruffels of Danbury charged withviolation of the automobile law was Dolled this morning Ruffels is the autpist who was stopped on South Mam street by Officer Bernard Koran Friday evening and who failed to appeal in court It was said today that when the local officer signaled to the Daubury driver to stop the brakes of the ma chine were applied so fast that the machine turned almost a complete circle in the center LOCAL DRUM CORPS AWARDED PRIZE AT LAKE COMPOIINCE St Francis Corps Wins Second Place in Playing in Ancient Class W L Douglas Shoes and Oxfords The new fall linens a variety of styles andlasts s Priced Pair OTHER SHOES AND UP FREEDMANS CONNECTICUTS LARGEST OUTFITTERS TO MAN 00 BOYSHATS TO SHOES The Drum corps of this borough was awarded second prize in the contest for the best playing drum corps in the ancient class at the Mardi Gras Saturday at Lake Compounce under the auspices of the Y M T A B corps of New 1 corps has taken many Drives in the events about the state and has several large cases in their the parochial school which are filledwith silver cups of various 1 Vlie local corps made the trip to LakeCompounce by motor and many other local residents were ift attendance the Mardi Gras Satur GOLF tals are The amplifica tion per tube of a resistancecoupled amplifier is hot as High as it is for some other methods but it Is stable and does not distort the input much as do some other methods used j which give greater amplification per tube I Resistancecoupled amplifying may he used to amplify either radio or j audio frequency 1 A method of transforming the change in plate current of a vacuum tube todifferences in potential means of a choke coll A choke coll consists of a number of turns of wire wound up in a multilayer coil and may or may not have an iron core A coil of this Kind offers ahigh inv pcdanue to the How of alternating cur rent but has a relatively low direct current resistance The choke coll on account of hav ing a low ohmic resistance will shave a smaller method of coupling so that lower B battery potential fan he used on chokecoil coupled amplifiers and the batteries can he of smaller capacity The choke coil not only has induct ance but a certain amount Of distrib uted capacity The distributed ca pacity of tlie coll plus the capacity of the plate with respect to the filament together with the inductance of the coil give to the plate circuit a cer tain definite period That is the plate circuit is an oscillating circuit whose resonant frequency is determined by the total capacity and inductance in the circuit If the choke coil be made variable H will not only serve to transform the plate current variation with maximum plate potential variations but it will also serve to tune out unwanted fre quencies When the plate circuit of the amplifier Is tuned the resonant frequency amplified but all other frequencies are amplified to a less degree Another and by far the most widely used method of coupling suc cessive tubes in a cascade amplifier is by means of transformers The trans former method of coupling amplifier tubes may be considered a develop ment and a refinement of the simpler choke coil method Coupling tubes by means of properly designed trans formers will gbe n greater amplifi cation per tube than any of the other methods Figure XXXI shows the diagram of threestage transformer amplifier vyhere P and Snre respec tively the primaries and secondaries of the coupling transformers The transformer as a whole is so designed as to convert the plate current varia tions into maximum potential varia tions The plate circuit of each tube which includes the primary winding of a coupling transformer must be reception on abort waves by the super heterodyne principle On the other side of the Atlantic the British amateurs restricted in their hobby by ultraconservative government have turned their atten tion solely to radiofrequencyampli fication This has given excellent re sults on all long and medium wave engtlis but its success on shorter wave engths has depended solely upon cfte Expert handling of the operator who has been compelled to use tuned coupling circuits between each of the radiofrequency vacuum tubes It is too early yet to tell which of the two systems will ultimately tri umph but there is no doubt that the laurels at the present moment rest upon the Amorican amateurs through the latest achievement of their Armstrong Inthe production of the system WEATHER FORECAST Piobably RainTonighf and Tuesday t Cooler New Haven Sept 11 I N S Weather forecast till S p lues For New Haven and vicinity Pro rain tonight and Tuesday p And the world golfs with you you dont youll be lone some Three and four piece suits including knickers to the accessories too Jones Morgan Inc bably SHORT FLASHES The enormous popularity of radio 1ms stariiMl out a new crop of solicitors olVering the stock of fake with alleged glittering prospects Ageneral warning is being broadcast for fans to be on the lookout for these smooth gentlemen A young radio sharp at Og denshurg N recently heard through his set Come home with the car Howard I have to go to Who can say that a set in the pasture will nof soon call the cows at milking Come bos I In making a regenerative set employing two variometers and n vnriocpunler be careful not to got the instruments too close together If they are the set win howL A sot of this type should be mounted in a box not less than sixteen inches long Dr John J Carty often re ferred to as the of the has had added to his many complimentary college de grees that of doctor of science university Boctor Carty who ranks us a brigadier gen oral in the signal corps reserve U S this hist honor for being a radio expert Sir pre dicts communication with the dead byradio within four years Sir Arthur is firm in the belief that within that time we will have the direct that Edison hoped for and that those whohnye passed beyond will havetransmitters In the line of other and all that we will ncpd will be the Connecticut Probably rain tonight and Tuesday cooler mod erate south shifting to north winds Weather conditions A disturb ance central this morning over Ohio is causing cloudy and showery weath er from Illinois eastward to Pennsyl vania Pleasant weather prevails generally in other sections east the Rocky mountains The shower area will probably reach Connecticut this afternooir or tonight The tem perature is high in the eastern dis tricts but falls rapidly from New York westward to Light frost was reported from Minnesota Conditions favor for this vicinity warm muggy weather with local showers tonight followed by clearing and cooler Tuesday Sun ami Tides Daylight Saving Sun rises 6 26 a Sun sets 7 P High p Low water a USE MAYS in m m in Auto All vehicle lamps must he lighted by Gr40 p m RANGER JR FOOTBALL TEAM TO HOLD PRACTICE Cream FOB Local Tunfor Eleven Made Fine Rec ord Upon Gridiron Last The Ranger football team will meet for practice at Dooleys lot Tuesday afternoon at 4 The Ranger eleven made an enviable reputation on the gridiron last sea son and are out for further laurels this year THe Highlanders who for three seasons held the junior champion ship of the borough were trimmed by the Ranger chasers last The following players are request ed to be on hand for practice tomor row Woodfield Bickerdike Schwartz OBrien Heavens Hulstrunk Pur cell H Schwartz Marino Stinson Lengyel Crotty S Wargo and M for the eleven are also requested to be present Indeed London an gentlemen we are now one of the oldest public ouses in the country for WARNING SIGN FOR MAPLE STREET IS SUGGESTED It Is Believed One Should Be Placed Near the West End of the Street The fact that aiitomobilists driv ing west on Maple street sometimes run theircarsover the sidewalk and into the Knowing that Maple street ends at Church street has called forth a number of sugges tions to the effect that a warning sign should be placed in tne curb just of the west end of Ma ple street It has been suggested that a sign bearing the word which could be plainly seen in the night time should be erected there For sometime past Chief of Police William T Morris has been advocat ingthe placing of a warning sign has yet been done V TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY BARCLAY CORSETS custom wade 1 surgical or I will be at ITS Meadow street every Monday from 10 a 5 p m for demonstration or consultation Mrs Woodford FOR range fruitwine press Bargain if taken at once Call at 511 North Main street lld3 COUGHS i i COLDS BRONCHITIS i LARINGITIS WHOOPING COUGH If you have a case of a nervous and thin slow of growtb try the cream AU bciu you will find it a fat producer supplying waste and ing tissue always agreeing with the most dohoato si and a renewer of vitality flesh and muscle foi the FOB SAIJD BY THE UESTDKTJG STOKES Price 65c and Per Bottle AMOND LABORATORIES 9c 270 20c 6 BARS SWIFTS ARROW S 6 BARS SWIFTS WOOL SOAP 2 POUNDS BEST TUB BUTTER 2 POUNDS BEST PURE LARD COTTAGE IB SMALL SMOKED BACON BY THE STRIP l8cLB SUGAR CURED CORNED BE 8C 7 B 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